The use of virtual desktops requires a permanent connection between the end devices and a server. Hence, integration does not make sense in all scenarios. Therefore, work on the go cannot always be optimally implemented with the help of virtual desktops. However, virtual desktops are particularly in demand in environments with high security requirements, since compliance requirements can be optimally met and unwanted data transfer to the outside can be prevented.
Home office is a typical scenario that enables virtual desktops to work safely on private devices. In addition, virtual desktops pay off with a dynamic and or limited number of users. In this case, there is no need to purchase new hardware and thus saves the company further costs.
Further advantages are the simplified mobile work, the associated efficient and quick implementation of external users on the company network, as well as the administration of high technical requirements.